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September 26, 2020
For more than three decades this community — consisting of approximately 46,000 native English-speaking inhabitants — has gathered to celebrate their vitality and creativity through Townshippers’ Day. Held for one day in September, the bilingual event, affectionately dubbed T-Day, has become a traditional autumn festivity consisting of food and entertainment, exhibits from local entrepreneurs, historical groups and community organizations, and family friendly all-ages activities. Those who have moved away from the region make a point of coming home to rekindle old friendships and make new ones; while bonds are strengthened between the region’s various other linguistic communities over the cultural showcase of local musicians, dancers, artists and entertainers. This year the event will take place at Alexander Galt High School in Sherbrooke.